Jennifer Lopez's "comeback" performance at Sunday's American Music Awards was among the night's most anticipated and turned the most spectaculous for the night but unfortunate for Jen.
JLo performed her newest song from “Love?” titled “Louboutins.” Midway through her performance Lopez attempted a dramatic move, jumping off the back of one of her dancers, but it ended in disaster she fell flat on her backside.
The 40-year-old singer was quick to bounce back onto her feet and resume a solo dance sequence as the audience let out a very loud gasp and a little laughter. A few devoted fans in the audience did rise to their feet and give Lopez a standing ovation seeing as though she got back up and on with the show so abruptly.
But backstage afterwards, JLo was not pleased. "She was so upset, and ready to kill. Jennifer was a perfectionist about that performance and practiced hard," sounded an insider's comments.
Pretty soon after her showdown, "Jennifer Lopez Falls" suddenly became one of the most searched terms on Google, You Tube and soared to being the most talked about item on Twitter.
Lopez was so pissed-off by the embarrassing incident that Dick Clark Productions (who put together the show) edited out the fall from the West Coast airing of the show, which wasn't live. Instead of showing the tumble, they showed JLo jumping mid-air in slow motion before quickly cutting to her in a solo sequence.
More to it some ill-tongues started a rumour that Jennifer was lip-syncing.
But back to that unfortunate fall, Lopez was not the only one to blunder on U.S. stage. Several of her sisters in the music world have suffered a similar fate Beyonce tumbled down 12 steps during a concert in Orlando in 2007 and just a couple of weeks ago Mariah Carey took quite the trip while making an appearance on the Jay Leno show.
FoxNews has contributed to the report.
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